About the Project
Serenity doesn’t preclude visual interest or texture. In this primary bath, both are achieved while still preserving the relaxing environment. The double vanity is underscored by two sets of wide flat-panel drawers, painted in Wales Gray. Their width is accentuated by full-length polished brass pulls. The linear theme is carried into the shower with alternating bands of ivory lizard-textured stacked 4×6 tiles and gray penny rounds. More horizontal lines are found in the brass and glass sconces over the mirrors. A 3” thick countertop continues down the sides of the vanity as virtual legs, with an LED illuminated toe kick for a floating effect. Flooring is porcelain tiles with surprising inlays of beach-glass colored penny rounds at the vanity and in the shower. Instead of a sheet-rocked wall between the vanity and shower, this design features a unique frosted and etched glass divider. It extends the sight lines in the room, increases the flow of light, and maintains an open feel in the shower. This main bath is the epitome of rich materiality, executed with a nuanced hand.